a river of struggles

February 29, 2012 at 5:38pm
8 notes
Reblogged from classyconti

Um TMZ

classyconti:

I think you mean “Luck of The Irish” Star 

sorry, gabi, i think YOU mean “smart house” star.

February 17, 2012 at 5:07pm
4 notes
Reblogged from whendowagercountesstexts

February 9, 2012 at 4:05pm
0 notes
would anyone like to explain to me how i got on this mailing list?

would anyone like to explain to me how i got on this mailing list?

February 3, 2012 at 11:46am
7,053 notes
Reblogged from brain-food

(Source: brain-food, via wheatpasted)

January 17, 2012 at 4:50pm
0 notes

i love the corrs.

January 16, 2012 at 11:47pm
0 notes

omgomgomgomg snow

January 11, 2012 at 8:42pm
310 notes
Reblogged from thedailywhat
thedailywhat:

Calling In Stupid of the Day: A staff member at the Manhattan High School of Hospitality Management managed to tack on an extra week to her school-sanctioned spring break by convincing her employer that her daughter had died.
Parent coordinator Joan Barnett fooled the school by having one of her daughters phone an official and claim her sister had died of a heart attack in Costa Rica, requiring Barnett to travel there for the funeral.
Barnett went the extra morbid mile and forwarded the school a forged death certificate — a document which is required prior to the approval of bereavement days.
According to an investigator, a school official raised a red flag after spotting discrepancies in the certificate’s font alignment. A phone call to the Costa Rican government confirmed the certificate was a fake.
However, faced with the fact, Barnett doubled down, insisting her daughter was dead, and providing a second forged certificate as proof.
Unwilling to go as far as actually killing her daughter for the sake of her case — rookie mistake — Barnett had no choice but to plead guilty to misdemeanor forgery and exit stage left.
[nydn.]

thedailywhat:

Calling In Stupid of the Day: A staff member at the Manhattan High School of Hospitality Management managed to tack on an extra week to her school-sanctioned spring break by convincing her employer that her daughter had died.

Parent coordinator Joan Barnett fooled the school by having one of her daughters phone an official and claim her sister had died of a heart attack in Costa Rica, requiring Barnett to travel there for the funeral.

Barnett went the extra morbid mile and forwarded the school a forged death certificate — a document which is required prior to the approval of bereavement days.

According to an investigator, a school official raised a red flag after spotting discrepancies in the certificate’s font alignment. A phone call to the Costa Rican government confirmed the certificate was a fake.

However, faced with the fact, Barnett doubled down, insisting her daughter was dead, and providing a second forged certificate as proof.

Unwilling to go as far as actually killing her daughter for the sake of her case — rookie mistake — Barnett had no choice but to plead guilty to misdemeanor forgery and exit stage left.

[nydn.]

9:00am
0 notes

The rest were simply repetitions
Of the more notorious. Slim editions:
Less practised; less hardened;
Less vicious; less strong:
Just a nice crowd trying to get along.

— The Wild Party, Joseph Moncure March

December 27, 2011 at 10:13pm
3,619 notes
Reblogged from afternoonsnoozebutton

cheatsheet:

briancolligan:

afternoonsnoozebutton:

Twitter account of the day: quotes from Ron Paul’s racist-ass newsletters, published on RP_Newsletter.

The latest in the long line of “Damn I Wish I Had Thought of That” Twitter accounts.

While it’s difficult to argue that 140-character snippets are sufficiently in-context, these tweets are pretty eye-opening. It’s quotes like these, and Paul’s response to their surfacing, that led our blogger Andrew Sullivan to reconsider his endorsement of Paul

ron paul did get one thing right: i do enjoy attention and pity.

12:40pm
0 notes
i sincerely appreciate that anonymous people are trying to get me saved at my work email address.

i sincerely appreciate that anonymous people are trying to get me saved at my work email address.